The weather has kept me from doing anything to the outside of the tiny home. Every time it starts to dry out, another day of rain (or snow) follows. That's ok, I've just kept making progress on the inside.
In the past couple of weeks, I've finished 99% of the interior walls, installed ceilings downstairs and upstairs, installed a ceiling fan and lights, and put up some trim. I ended up going with tongue and groove whitewood wainscoting for the ceilings. Like the walls, it was time consuming, but the overall look is what we were looking for. Last week, I took advantage of a good deal on some oak flooring, but need to wait until the structure is truly weather-tite to install. In the meantime, it's sitting in my trailer just itching to go in!
I bought some 3/4" iron plumbing pipe and fittings to make a handrail for the stairs. When the upstairs floor is in, I'll make a 10" tall rail for the loft out of the same material. I think it goes well with the rest of the place.
Hopefully, I'll start making progress on the roof and the exterior siding in the next week. I have a job in town that is taking up some time this week.